4 Ways to Keep an Auto Accident from Destroying Your Finances

Wednesday, August 12, 2015, AM | 32 Comments

Auto accidents are traumatizing for anyone. From the physical trauma of the accident itself to the headaches that come from dealing with auto insurance companies, the entire process can have an adverse effect on your emotional well-being. Beyond that, your financial status can also be impacted if you don’t have the necessary protection or you […]

Planning for your Financial Future? 5 Reasons you want to create a Trust

Tuesday, August 11, 2015, AM | 1 Comment

Trusts are legal documents containing instructions on how and when to distribute an individual’s assets after their death. Trusts are established by a grantor and hold assets for a person or group referred to as the beneficiary. While trusts may not be for everyone, they do provide many benefits that wills do not. Here are […]

How You Can Financially Survive After An Expensive Divorce

Monday, August 10, 2015, AM | 4 Comments

Going through a divorce can be devastating emotionally for both spouses and can take several years to heal. The process can also be financially difficult due to the cost that is involved to file for divorce and build a new life for yourself. To ensure that you can survive financially and get back on your […]

5 Areas That MUST be Watched on Your Project

Sunday, August 9, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Project management can be a complex discipline. There are many aspects of project management that need to be managed – time, cost, scope, risk, quality and more. Here are five areas that must be watched if your project is to be successful. Watch how you spend your time If you want to deliver your project […]

6 Sensible Tips for a Well-Organized Family Budget

Saturday, August 8, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Creating a sensible budget is essential if you want to plan your family’s finances and control your spending. Without a budget, it’s easy for you to lose track of where your money goes. The following tips will help you create and maintain a family budget so you can keep your finances in order. Divide Your […]

Manage Risk before it Gets out of Control

Friday, August 7, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Managing risk is not optional. All enterprises have to have a system in place to accomplish this. Your organisation needs to know where the risks lie and how they can be mitigated. There must be a process and an approach in the process that deals with managing risks. Some risks are unavoidable and can be […]

Forex Investment for People without Investment Experience

Thursday, August 6, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Forex has possibly the lowest barrier for entry in the entire world of investment. But becoming an investor is something that takes a little time and planning, not to mention money. But Forex works well because it requires such a minimal initial investment. It’s also very rewarding to beginners, as educational and trial opportunities are […]

6 Great conveyancing tips for a quick buy

Wednesday, August 5, 2015, AM | 8 Comments

There are often many bridges to cross when it comes to buying property and conveyancing professionals can help buyers through these hurdles in order to facilitate a quick and successful deal. Conveyancing can help you avoid wasting much time by doing what you need to do when you need to do it. The following are […]

A Yardstick to Evaluate Your Merchant Cash Advance Lender

Tuesday, August 4, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

A 2014 study published in Forbes shows that the merchant cash advances industry has grown exponentially over the last 10 years. Analysts attribute this to the economic downturn of 2007 which forced banks to rethink their key customers. The most affected of these were of course small business owners. Perfect Financing Alternative Indeed, the National […]

Strategies For Creating Lifelong Stream Of Income

Monday, August 3, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

If you are at retirement age and you quit working, how much could you take from your retirement savings each month to meet your personal and family goals of living comfortably? You have your monthly social security check, perhaps your pension, annuity, and equity investments if any in the form of dividend income. Add up […]